PML-N, PPP ‘agree’ to dissolve National Assembly on Aug 8

A view of National Assembly in session. —APP/File

ISLAMABAD: Both the major coalition partners Pakistan Peoples’ Party (PPP) and Pakistan Muslim Legaue-Nawaz (PML-N) have agreed on a proposal to dissolve the National Assembly on August 8 — four days ahead of the completion of its tenure.wholesale wigs top couples sex toys adidas yeezy 350 nike air jordan shoes nike air max 270 women’s sale buffalo bills nfl shop rams super bowl ring cowboys football nike air max 95s nike air jordan retro 4 nike air max 95 womens full lace wigs baseball jersey sex toys for sale adidas on sale

The five-year constitutional term of the incumbent National Assembly will expire at midnight on August 12, four days after the date on which both parties have reportedly agreed to dissolve the legislature.

“A general election to the National Assembly or a provincial assembly shall be held within a period of sixty days immediately following the day on which the term of the assembly is due to expire, unless the Assembly has been sooner dissolved,” Article 224 of the Constitution states.

However, the Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) is bound to hold the general polls within 90 days if the assembly is dissolved before its constitutional term, according to the Constitution’s Article 224(2).